The J.E.E.P initiative in partnership with ABM


The JEEP Programme (limited Spaces!)

Manchester/Leeds/Bradford/Birmingham/London Schools

The JEEP (Junior Engineering Engagement Programme) is a fully-funded four-session programme developed by ABM UK and The Transformation Trust. As the name suggests, JEEP aims to show students more about what a career in facilities management (specifically electrical and mechanical engineering) can offer.

The JEEP programme aims to change perceptions of the facilities management industry, give students an insight into the STEM sector, and to inspire and open student’s eyes to the variety of paths available to them in the engineering industry.

The Year 7 students will be challenged to invent and develop a STEM inspired idea to make the school more sustainable. In addition the students will take part in a field trip which will help to consolidate what they have learnt and demonstrate the working day of those within this field of engineering. 

An experienced Transformation Trust facilitator will support the students to explore STEM topics and develop their project.

Key points to note are:

  • Fully-funded and facilitated workshops

  • 4 x in-school sessions

  • 1 x fieldtrip

  • The sessions can be for a minimum of 12 students and a maximum of 20 students.

  • Hits Gatsby Benchmarks 4 and 5

  • Spaces are limited and on a first come first served basis.

 Students will develop the following skills:

  • Presentation skills

  • Problem solving

  • Teamwork

  • STEM knowledge

Programme timetable: Please consider the provisional schedule below for the sessions before submitting your booking form.

 We ask that you choose one suitable date within each month listed below:


November 2019 (Session 1)

December 2019 (Session 2)

January 2020 (Session 3)

February 2020 (Session 4)

March 2020 (Fieldtrip)

Selected students must attend every session on the programme (with at least an equal number of girls as boys taking part).